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Eighteen I/ogansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune STEVENSON SAYS: Satellites Present New Challenge to Man NEW YORK (UP) — Adlai E Stevenson said Monday night tha' the Soviet earth satellites are not a portent of disaster but a challenge to man's ability to control himself rather than exterminate himself. Stevenson had "no comment" on reports that President Eisenhower has asked him to head U.S. negotiations for greater Allied scientific cooperation. A United Press dispatch from Washington said it was learned the offer has been made but that Stevenson has not committed himself. "The choice is either extinction .or the human brotherhood that has been the vision of visionaries since the beginning of time," the two- time Democratic presidential candidate said. • In a speech to the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Stevenson said the fact that the United States .did not launch the 'first earth satellite disturbed him "deeply. But he said the basic Issue "is no longer the supremacy 'ef nations." "It is the supremacy of man for good or for evil, for survival or suicide," he said. "I deny that, 'human fulfilment cannot keepj pace with material advance. We. know and must insist rather that j ' what was heralded by the splitting | of the atom, what is now proclaimed by the earth satellite, is nothing narrower than man's complete genius —not to exterminate himself, but to control himself." ; Stevenson made the speech in awarding the first world "Pioneer In Brotherhood" award to Albert M. Greenfield, Philadelphia merchant, for creation of the' Greenfield Center for Human Relations at the University of Pennsylvania. Mme. Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Indian high commissioner to London, conferred a similar medal on Dr. Arthur E*. Compton, Nobel Prize physicist. Offers Free Dinner , To First Man From Outer Space Ship DECATUR; ind. <up)_The first men from outer space who land their ship on the lawn of the Fairway Restaurant here will get -a complete chicken dinner, including a generous piece of "Hoosier apple pie." The offer is being made bj the. owner of the. restaurant '.'in thci interest of interplanetary relations." The location of the restauraw is given as: Junction of Routes 27 and 33 State of Indiana United States' Earth Thus far there have been no takers. Read the Classified Ads DEDICATES A.E.C. BUILDING-President Eisenhower uses a rubber mallet to help stamp into place the cornerstone at foe new $13,000,000 headquarters building of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission at Germantown, Md. He dedicated the structure with the prayerful hope that the threat of nuclear destruction will yet be lifted from the world. The sprawling new atomic center, 23 miles from Washington, is designed to offer "reasonable protection" acainst the blast effects of an H-bomb attack on the cacital. QUOTES FROM NEWS By UNITED PRESS ' CLEVELAND — Gen. Nathan F. Twining, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: . "Our strategy is built on the pol-, Icy that we will be prepared to | use atomic weapons in any war." j "WASHINGTON — Former President Truman, on President Eisenhower's missiles speech of last Week: "A right good speech. Now .1 want to see some action." ; PITTSBURGH — Navy Capt. Irivin S. Moore, predicting the next war will cost the United States about four trillion dollars: • "There has been a factor of about 10 in the cost of wars. The j War between the States cost about I $3,900,000,000. World War I cost about $36,900,000,000. World War E cost about $3S3 billion. • NEW ORLEANS — Rep. F. Edward Hebert (D-La.l, on General Motors Corp.'s offer to repay $9.7 million which Hebert said they had overcharged the government for jet fighter planes: " "The American people can draw •their own conclusions. . .In the his- fory of this committee, it is the first time I have ever heard of a corporation making such an offer in cold cash." •WASHINGTON-- Ypnkers, N.Y., Teamsters Union official Edward Poyle, asked by Sen. John L. McClellan if he were "apprehensive $f personal violence": "Well, you've gotta die sometime, senator. You can't live forever." • BOCA RATON, Fla. — John S. Knight, president of the Knight ijewspaper chain, praising the nation's press for courageous exposes of racketeering in government and labor: - "At no time in the history of Journalism have professional standards been so high. . .Never before have...editors worked so constructively for comrmuiity betterment." MIAMI BEACH — Dr. Mason Trupp, suggesting .that many of man's headaches and brain ailments are caused by his lack of a waggable tail (and can be cured by a tail nerve operation): "Even though evolution has deprived man of his tail, he'has not lost the desire and compulsion for wiggling it." Sewell Avery Is Seriously III CHICAGO (UP) - Sewell L. Avery, 84, former board chairman cf Montgomery Ward & Co. was reported today to be in "serious" condition with an undisclosed ailment. Authorities at Wesley Memorial Hospital said Avery's condition was unchanged but that he was resting "fairly well." Avery was brought to the hospital- Monday evening in a state of coma. He was said to be suffering from an unidentified "infection with fever." Avery, who took over the management of Montgomery Ward in 1931, stepped down in 1953 following a series of bitter proxy fights. OM *f tk« largest livestock markets in the touthwest Is-in Fort Smith, Ark. SAVINGS THIS WEEK ON LADIES' * Manufactured by One of the Foremost Coat Makers. Linings guaranteed for life of the garment. You can find the style and color you have been thinking about. (35 Garments) in a good assortment of colors and styles to choose from. BUY THIS WEEK! YOU CAN LAY THEM AWAY BY MAKING A DEPOSIT Sizes 10 to 20-38 to 44 $24 COATS. . . NOW $28.50-29.85 Coats Now $33-$34.50COATSNOW $37COATS NOW $• $ $ "THE STORE FOR VALUES" THE KELLER 503-505 EAST BROADWAY Mrs. Anna Norris, Of Rochester, Dies At 95; Rites Friday Mrs. Anna Ella Norris, 95, years old, died Tuesday at the Miller Nursing Home 'in Rochester. She had been a resident of the Culver community since 1911. She had been ill three months. The daughter of John and Aisla Warwick Nelson, she was born March 2, 1B62. Her husband was the Rev. S. C. N.orris, pastor of the Maxinkuckee Methodist church in 1923-24. He preceded her in death in 'April, 1925. Mrs. Norris was a member of the Popular., Grove Methodist church, where final rites will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, with the Rev. E. J. Peters officiating Burial will be in the Poplar 'Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the Easterday funeral borne in Culver. Surviving are one son, Everett, Culver; one step-son, Marvin L. Port Wayne; seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Wednesday Evening, November 13, I9BT. « 17-, r>™ I ,,°f., nC to ta the John H ' Da ; vis bri(J S: c in Long Beach, Calif., which cost $•1,171,000 to build, and has been completed for 18 months but hasn't got a tire mark on it. When approach arrangements were started, it was learned that the northern area was owned by a 21- heir trust. The heirs want to be paid for the right-of-way. The city says the land is part of th* fadeland and therefore already owned by the city. The case reportedly will take about five years tn BArriA it* ft/i»*>i* _ ^ to settle In court ( International Soundpholos} COME SAVE as we moke room for Santa CLEANUP! DOZENS OF UNADVERTISED BARGAINS! STRETCH NYLONS All perfect—Good colors — Plain or dark seam:. All sizes BVi to 11. 77c HANDBAGS Reduced A Low Price. We ar« cleaning house. Don't miss ft. 2.00 plus tax YOU* CHOICE COSTUME JEWELRY Odds—End* of our regular Jtockl • 25c plus tax WOMEN'S pyssE SLIP White only Sizes 36-38 $1 WOMEN'S Broadcloth Pajamas Sizes 32-34 10 Only- 1.50 PB.CAU'SHEETS White, •fvvin fitted 14 only—Soiled 1.94 Girls' Orion Sweaters Slipovers $2 Cardigans $3 ODD LOTS, BROKEN SIZES GIRDLES, CORSETS, FOUNDATIONS A budget pampering price. Come try one and see. $3 WOMEN'S PANTIES RAYON BRIEFS Sizes 32, 34, 36 3for$l MEN'S ORLON SWEATERS 3.50 V-Neclc slipovers. Interlock knit, softf, warm, 100% Orion. Shrink and stretch resistant. Hand washable. No blocking. Moth proof. Penney'f Main Floor MEN'S WATWPRCOf RAINCOATS 2 ONIY $15 DRESS PANTS Wool and Dacron Brok»n Size* $7 TOWNCRAFT DRESS SHfRTS Soiled and Broken Sizes 1.50 10 ONLY i PENCALI SHEETS Striped.- Double Bed $3 BLANKET STORAGE BAGS Plastic Zipper Closing 50c FAST COLOR COTTON QUILTS Big Size 18 Only $5 CLEAN-UP! WOMEN'S DRESSES Dozens of bur best dress styles drastically reduced to maks room for Santa. Penney's Balcony WASHABLE FAST COLOR AVISCO RAYON RUGS Skid Proof Back. Bis sizes 4'x6' and 3'xS'. $7 DRAPERY FABRIC 48 inches wide Fast color—Vat dyed. Yard $1 3 ONLY DEEPLY TUFTED CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Double Size Fast Color. 29 YARDS WASHAWJ FLANNEL SUITING Brown Rayon Flannel 44 inches wide * Yard $l 31 PAFRS WOMEN'S SHOES loafers. Wedge heels and flats. Broken Sizes $2 REVWWBLE JACKETS Gabardine MEN'S HATS REDUCED TO OLEAR 4 BIG TABLES OF ODDS-ENDS FOR MEN OR &OYS TROUSER HANGERS Non-Rust Metal Reduced to clear. Set of 6 87c TRAVERSE RODS Sizes up to 86" wdirh Easy to install. $3 ODDS AND ENDS CURTAINS-VALANCES Come fend get'em 50c MENTWOOD FAMOUS COTTON DRESSfS Sanforized—Fast Color Washable—Good Styles $2 44 PACKS aH)UE>RBN*S AND BOYS' SHOES Loafers and a few pair Oxfords Odd lots. Broken Sizes. $3

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